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Government funds £2.3 billion into 160 new community diagnostic centres
To reduce pressure on the NHS and improve patient care, the government will fund hundreds of new community diagnostic centres in local areas.
COVID-detecting breathalyser could identify cancer and lung disease
With the potential to revolutionise medical diagnostics, a breathalyser using quantum laser-based technology could diagnose illness from exhaled breath.
‘Most advanced brain map to date’ conducted on an insect
Researchers have completed an advanced brain map on an insect, aiding future brain research and neuroscience in the understanding of the mechanism of thought.
Advancements in how we identify and treat hypoxic cancers
Cancers that are starved of oxygen, otherwise known as hypoxic cancers, are generally difficult to identify – but medical imaging has taken a new step with the MR-Linac scanner.
MRI rental VS ownership: What are the benefits?
Matthew Bradfield, Managing Director at Fairford Medical Ltd considers the potential benefits of MRI rental as opposed to ownership.
Degenerative eye disease and the opportunities of ophthalmic drug development
Eric Buckland of Translational Imaging Innovations looks at ophthalmic drug development and how better clinical endpoints can improve success rates.
The Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Trust CT scanner
Matthew Bradfield, Managing Director at Fairford Medical Ltd conducts a case study of Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and its new CT scanner In 2020, Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust was awarded funding for a new CT scanner under the first round of Government funding for additional scanners...
Secure remote healthcare collaboration
Remote healthcare communication tools can be highly effective and useful for collaboration, clinical assessments, and surgical training, finds Ingo Aicher, Managing Director at Jones AV Limited.
Fairford Medical provide Managed Equipment Services for medical imaging diagnostic services with premium Medical Imaging Solutions.
Improving patient care starts with technology
Liam Canavan illustrates the potential of technology in improving patient care, such as reducing waiting times for medical diagnosis and treatment.
Imaging & radiation oncology core: Improving radiotherapy quality & care
The Imaging and Radiation Oncology Core is part of the U.S. National Cancer Institute’s clinical trial program and provides quality assurance for trials with radiation oncology and/or imaging.
Translational Imaging Innovations – developing better diagnostics
Our goal is to enable translational researchers to develop better diagnostics and therapies, with more predictable benefits.
Dr Dan Williams, SynaptixBio CEO, discusses the search to find the first treatment for one of the world’s rarest diseases, TUBB4A-associated leukodystrophy
The future of vascular imaging technology
Researchers from Kyoto University Hospital and Preemptive Medicine and Lifestyle Related Disease Research Center, describe the future of vascular imaging technology, including how photoacoustic imaging targets tumour vessels in breast cancer.
Why COVID might actually save the NHS
The rise of the virtual ward is charted here by Max Mckiernan, L2S2’s Marketing Manager and Jane Aldridge, Co-Founder/CBDO/CFO, including analysis of why COVID may save the NHS.
Should whole body MRI become first line in cancer staging?
Here, Professor Stuart Taylor at University College London (UCL), discusses the possibilities of whole body MRI in cancer staging.
January 2020 North America Analysis
The January 2020 edition of North America Analysis boasts a wide array of content on policy issues from the region, including a special feature from Dr Suresh Kuppuswamy at Frost & Sullivan, who explores the future of medical imaging.
Radiology-as-a-Service: The future of medical imaging
Dr Suresh Kuppuswamy, Industry Principal – Healthcare at Frost & Sullivan, explores the future of medical imaging, focussing on Radiology-as-a-Service.
Non-radioactive, non-ionising radiation for safe paediatric imaging
E.M. Sevick and J.C. Rasmussen from The University of Texas Health Science Center, The Brown Foundation Institute of Molecular Medicine discuss non-radioactive, non-ionising radiation for safe, paediatric imaging
The role of advanced technologies in healthcare
The role of advanced technologies in healthcare, including the work of the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) in this area, is placed under the spotlight by Open Access Government
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